CRC is committed to providing a safe campus community for all students through our resources and services. As a CRC student, you are never alone. We are here to help you in our designated safe spaces, as well as through financial aid support, academic counseling, and referrals to off-campus support services.
Academic counseling is available to go over educational plans and transfer applications. Counselors can help with concerns on how the recent election may affect transfer for DREAMERS.
Visit our Financial Aid Office to get the latest information on financial support for DREAMERS, AB540, DACA changes, Dream act applications, and scholarships for undocumented students.
The Cosumnes River College Health Services office is staffed by college nurses and peer health educators to assist students.
The Hawk Spot
WEAVE is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Sacramento County. Here at CRC there is a WEAVE Confidential Advocate that provides confidential support to students, faculty and staff who have experienced sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking.
The CRC campus community is committed to creating a safe, open, and bias-free learning and working environment for everyone. It helps to talk with someone and get support when things are overwhelming. Please visit our Safe Spaces website for details and Safe Space locations.